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German literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism., Expressionism., German literature -- Germany -- Berlin -- History and criti

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Statementby Roy F. Allen.
SeriesStudies in the fine arts. The avant-garde ;, no. 25, Studies in the fine arts., no. 25.
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LC ClassificationsPT405 .A47 1983
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Paginationx, 404 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3485240M
ISBN 100835713156
LC Control Number82004762

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CRITICISM Allen, Roy F. “Expressionism in Berlin.” In Literary Life in German Expressionism and the Berlin Circles, pp. Göppingen, Germany: Verlag Alfred Kümmerle, Discusses. Expressionism was the key movement in German literature, as it was in painting, during and immediately after World War I.

Expressionism emphasized the inner significance of things and not their external forms. Actually anticipating the war, it depicted the disintegration of the world and proclaimed a quest for the "New Man.".

Book Description: More than any other avant-garde movement, German Expressionism captures the aesthetic revolution of 20th-century modernity in all its contrasts and conflicts. In continuous eruptions from toExpressionism upset reigning practices in the arts, most vividly in painting and the visual arts.

Books shelved as expressionism: Berlin Alexanderplatz by Alfred Döblin, The Trial by Franz Kafka, The Castle by Franz Kafka, The Golem by Gustav Meyrink.

In dealing with German literary expressionism as intellectual historians, we are fortunate in facing a situation compatible with Lovejoy's strictures. For unlike naturalism and surrealism in literature and im-pressionism in painting, literary expressionism was not a movement in the strict sense of the word, i.e., to.

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planted to Berlin, where it began to acquire a Left social-reformist character. Roy F. Allen, Literary Life in German Expressionism and the Berlin Circles (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, ), p.

While German Expressionism is generally considered to be a pre-World War II movement, it came back into fashion in some circles after the war ended. The German Expressionist movement was more than just a style of creating works of art or of telling a story, rather it was more of a mindset that had social, cultural, and political aspects.

In Literary Life in German Expressionism and the Berlin Circles, literary historian Roy Allen notes, "The flourishing of prostitution in the Wilhelminian era, as the expressionist viewed it, most sharply gave the lie to the effectiveness of the Wilhelminian approach to morality, particularly to sexual conduct." Wedekind's plays underscore this.

This Study Guide consists of approximately 33 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Expressionism.

Allen, Roy, Literary Life in German Expressionism and the Berlin Circles, UMI Research Press, Bahr, Hermann. SOURCE: Krispyn, Egbert. “Expressionists and Expressionism.” In Style and Society in German Literary Expressionism, pp.

Gainesville: University of. Roy F. Allen has written: 'Literary life in German expressionism and the Berlin circles' -- subject(s): Expressionism, German literature, History and criticism Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights.

The Brucke Museum is the place to go if you like German expressionism. The current exhibition is focused on how the artists designed and often executed the picture frames to compliment or accent the work — something that I had never really contemplated.

If the names Otto Dix, 4/5(). More than any other avant-garde movement, German Expressionism captures the aesthetic revolution of 20th-century modernity in all its contrasts and conflicts. In continuous eruptions from toExpressionism upset reigning practices in the arts, m.

Brucke Museum: German expressionism - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Berlin, Germany, at Tripadvisor.5/5(). German Literary Expressionism Online The journals, yearbooks, collections and anthologies of literary expressionism serve not only as a source on German literature of the Modern era, but can also be used for the study of the history of art, theatre, film, dance and music between and They are a unique body of contemporary historical.

Franz Marc was a German painter and printmaker, and one of the pioneers of German Expressionism. Along with August Macke and Kandinksy, Marc founded The Blue Rider artist group.

A student of Futurism and Cubism, Marc was a master of color and depth, and a major influence on mid-twentieth-century abstractionists. German Expressionism consisted of a number of related creative movements in Germany before the First World War that reached a peak in Berlin during the developments in Germany were part of a larger Expressionist movement in north and central European culture in fields such as architecture, dance, painting, sculpture, as well as article deals.

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An interdisciplinary section addresses Expressionism's gender relations, how women appeared in the literature and then disappeared from literary history, and how the aesthetic impulses of Expressionism entered into film as a new technology of expression, a new form of visual narrative.

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More than any other avant-garde movement, German Expressionism captures the aesthetic revolution of 20th-century modernity in all its contrasts and conflicts. In continuous eruptions from toExpressionism upset reigning practices in the arts, most vividly in painting and the visual arts.

In the literature, a heady intellectualism combined with dramatic gesture, graphic. In the introduction to the catalogue, German Expressionism was said to date back to Marc Chagall () (!), thus crediting him with bringing together German and French expressionist styles. "An important exhibition of his work, mounted in Berlin in Marchon Apollinaire's recommendation, had a great impact - and this was the.

German Expressionists were uneasy and angry. Emerging at the dawn of the 20th century, they railed against Christian and bourgeois values as much as rampant urban industrialization.

Anti-imperialist, they were dispersed, shattered, and depleted by the horrors of the First World War, and rallied their efforts only to be officially erased by the Category: Books > Art.

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The Year's Work in English Studies, Vol. Berlin Alexanderplatz As Franz Biberkopf leaves prison, he vows to lead a decent life on the grimy streets of Weimar Berlin – in one of. German literature, German literature comprises the written works of the German-speaking peoples of central has shared the fate of German politics and history: fragmentation and discontinuity.

Germany did not become a modern nation-state untiland the prior history of the various German states is marked by warfare, religious turmoil, and periods of economic. Expressionism was a modernist art movement that sought to depict emotional states beyond visible reality, immersing the self completely within the painting artists distanced themselves from painting the natural world in flux, like the work of the Impressionists, which they perceived as pretty, innocuous decoration for the home and fireside.

An ample context is set by comparative essays concerned with international movements such as Futurism that had an impact on German Expressionist drama, prose, and poetry, together with essays on the adaptation of Expressionist forms in countries such as Poland, Russia, Hungary, South Slavic nations and the United :   In six chapters -- The Brucke Group of Artists, Northern German Expressionism, The Blaue Reiter, Rhenish Expressionism, The City and Expressionism in Vienna -- this publication deals with a specifically German artistic revolution, a phenomenon that has quite accurately been described as "the most significant German contribution to 20th century /5.Cambridge Core - European Studies - The Cambridge History of German Literature - edited by Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly.